Monthly Archives: November 2015

Three Walks in Three Days – Day Three

Monday had been largely a beach and scrub walk. Tuesday had been stony, steep paths and a high ridge. Today, for the last of the trio, we would be mostly on tracks above steep cliffs and with views out over … Continue reading

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Three Walks in Three Days – Day Two

Yesterday we had the first of our three walks. It was mostly at or near sea level and involved a lot of walking in sand and scrub. Today, by way of a contrast, our route was going to take us … Continue reading

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Three Walks in Three Days – Day One

This year has seen the part of Mediterranean Turkey where we have our second home, enjoying fantastic weather. The sun has been shining every day, the temperature has been in the mid 20C’s and there has been a light breeze. Ideal … Continue reading

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By the Caledonian Sleeper Train to Scotland

The Caledonian Sleeper, as it leaves London Euston Station, must be physically the longest passenger train in the UK. Actually its three trains joined together. Somewhere north of the border in the middle of the night, the train will split … Continue reading

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